Good evening everyone
I hope you have had chance to play some golf over the weekend? I certainly know two people that did not play. On Friday Joe Palmer and Leigh Gawley played 150 holes of golf in just one day! They started at 4am, when it was barely light, aiming to play just over 8 rounds each in two hours. Remarkably they kept up with the pace all day and completed their mammoth task just after 9:15pm with a group of 30 people cheering them on for the last six holes. I don't think they have got a final figure of how much they have raised for the charity CRY, but early estimates put it around £2500, well over their aim of £2000. Joe was kind enough to let me carry his bag for round 6 (holes 109-126) and I hopefully did my bit in spurring them on to keep up with their pace and well fed and watered. Thanks guys, it was a great achievement by you both…there is only one question left... what are you going to do next year?
To produce a left to right ball flight we not only need an out to in swing path, but a club face that is open to the swing path. So the dreaded slice is not just about the swing path, but the relationship between the swing path and club face. If the swing path is related to our shoulders then how is moving shoulder round going to help you? Surely if the club face remains open to the swing path AFTER adjusting the shoulders then this relationship will make the ball start to the right of the target and then curve even further to the right?
Last week I wrote about the Juniors needing your support, well now, they really need it! Under the rules of the competition the boys are allowed an adult who can provide them with advice during the round. Sadly this cannot be a Professional, which counts me out, and unfortunately our Junior Organiser Peter is away. Is there anyone out there who would be willing to support the boys and the club on the 10th July at Middlesbrough golf club? I will be going and would be happy to share my car.
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